Glad you settled that! But I can see how confusion can happen:)(
No ma'am. Very clear (and cute)!
Cute! Put a smile on my face.
nice. i know a few kids that may argue a few of your points, at least they seem to in my house. lol.
I really enjoyed this look at toys...somehow we seem to blur the lines...good to know
Great stuff! Of course all of those things were toys, just that some were YOUR toys ... hands off!
My cats would have to argue about of few of those designated "not toy." I like your red shaker piece.
They're all toys!
My first visit here ( I think!). I love your background picture. Children often seem to want to play with what the adults are playing with- like mobile phones!
Oh this is just too cool! One of my nephews was a "climber". The furniture was his playground!
Thanks for the BIG BELLY LAUGH! I think I will create a photo based employee manual. It avoids much confusion.
This is hysterical! I'm with you since I'm typing on a nice laptop (and a few weeks ago a cat jumped up and just bit off a key while I was typing--by the time I pulled the key out of his mouth it was all bent out of shape.) the cord is all chewed up too and taped at the balder spots.--it looks ridiculous.
Miss B and her tongue--so funny!
I understand the laptop keyboard problem! The other day, as I was blogging, someone knocked on the door and my dog vaulted over me to run to the door and bark. As she vaulted over me, one of her claws caught the ctrl key and ripped it off my keyboard. Luckily, I found it and my sweety put it back on for me!Blessings,Lorilee
I LOVE it. In recent months our dog has started confusing kid stuffed animals for dog stuffed animals. After YEARS of knowing the difference!
LOL out loud...Nice shoe by the way!
But I wanted to climb the lamp! You just spoiled all the fun.
when I was a kid, my mom only had one BIG rule and that was no jumping on the sofa (or touching it with our shoes) Of course we didn't realize that we were kind of poor and the sofa had to "appear new " for many years--my mom kept the apartment spotless and liked to have friends and neighbors over-- anyway when we kids got the opportunity we'd jump up on the sofa (with our shoes on) and give it a good workout. It seems like a really mean thing to have done , looking back.
Love this! Holds true for dogs, cats, and grandchildren in my home...
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